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Poster: A/V Geek Skip Date: Oct 18, 2005 2:42pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Coronet director passes away

Ted was quite prolific. Below is a more comprehensive (although not complete) filmography with URLs if the film is online:

Am I Trustworthy?
American Square Dance, The
Appreciating Our Parents
Are You a Good Citizen?
Are You Popular?
Are You Popular? (Second edition)
Attitudes and Health
Benefits of Looking Ahead, The
Better Use of Leisure Time
Build Your Vocabulary
Communication for Beginners
Control Your Emotions
Date Etiquette
Dental Health: How and Why
Earning Money While Going to School
First Aid: Fundamentals
Friendship Begins At Home
Fun of Making Friends, The
Global Concept in Maps, The
Good Sportsmanship
Good Table Manners
Homework: Studying On Your Own
How Do You Know It's Love?
How Friendly Are You?
How to Keep a Job
How to Read a Book
How To Read A Book (second edition)
How to Say No: Moral Maturity
How to Write Your Term Paper
Importance of Making Notes
Improving Your Posture
Mind Your Manners
Overcoming Fear
Political Parties
Powers of Congress, The
Public Opinion in Our Democracy
Ready to Type
Rest and Health
Safety on the Way to School
School Rules: How They Help Us
Self-Conscious Guy
Selling as a Career
Sharing Work At Home
Shy Guy
What Is Science?
What Makes A Good Party?
What to Do on a Date
Who Are the People of America?
Writing Better Business Letters
Writing Better Social Letters


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Poster: kodiak Date: Mar 21, 2006 4:56am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Coronet director passes away


I recently found out that all Mr. Peschak's equipment and films will be disposed of soon(probably via dumpster) and I was hoping to find someone that might be able to preserve some of it. Could someone give me a call at 630-688-1716 if you know of anyone that would be interested in these items. Thanks


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Poster: Wilford B. Wolf Date: Oct 18, 2005 3:56pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Coronet director passes away

Thanks, Skip, for the list. This will be a lot of fun to look at the work of particular director.